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outraged. >> it reflects what you eat, what you read, your political affiliations, your faith, your mental health. >> reporter: the program started under president bush. back then senator obama condemned it. >> no more illegal wiretapping of american citizens. no more national security letters to spy on citizens who are not suspected of a crime. >> reporter: president obama's attorney general defended the practice. >> we obviously operate within legal parameters. >> reporter: the president find support for the program among republicans, one of his close friends, the second ranking democratic senator, dick durbin is raising objections. >> we want to keep america safe, we don't want to compromise our freedoms and privacy as individuals. >> the "washington post" reported the nsa and fbi have a program tapping directly into central servers of nine internet companies taking pictures, photos, anything that can lead to a person's contact or movements over time. tahman bradley, abc new, washington. >> four of the nine companies, google, facebook, yahoo! apple
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are saying they do not provide the government with direct access to their records. >> queen elizabeth's husband, having exploratory surgery today at a london hospital. buckingham palace saying the operation was planned several days ago. prince philip had tests done on his abdomen. the palace did not elaborate. phillip attended a garden party yesterday before he was driven off to the hospital. he turns 92 monday. he is expected to be discharged from the hospital in two weeks. a saudi prince is suing forbes magazine for libel accusing the scum pcompany esti his wealth. been talal,est mated to be $20 billion. the prince says he is worth $30 billion. and claims forbes squeezed him out of the top ten. >> didn't you hate when that happens? >> hate it. awe may jr. league baseball wants to see records from fed-ex
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as its investigation of doping rolls on. subpoenas have been issued. the league hopes it will bolster the case against dozens of players. alex rodriguez said he is monitoring the investigation and plants to comment about it when it is appropriate. game one of the nba finals is officially in the books. it was a tight one between miami and san antonio the entire way. >> sure was. lebron james and the heat have the lead most of the game. james wound up with a triple-double. 18 points. 1 rebound. ten assists. tony parker led all scorers with 21. his most important basket. desperation jumper with five second left. >> right. it counted after a review. that put the spurs up by four. that was that. san antonio wins. miami, 92-88. game two sunday night. once again catch it here on abc. >> kind of excite add but the series. like, tim duncan in the finals. little cold school. retro. they're going to be tough. proved it in game one. >> spurs are rough and tumble.
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they're 5 for 5, winning game ones. games one. game ones. >> really? >> yes. every time they have been presented with a game one, they won it last five times. not bad. just the fifth time of in franchise history the spurs have made it this far. >> really? should be a good series. looking for ward to it. >> coming up, the challenges women face in the male dominated world of horse racing, what women have to put up with. in a "world news now" special report. >> happy national donut day. why this is a legitimate holiday on the books for decades. what a treat. you are watching "world news now." ♪ d-d-d donuts ♪ d-d-d dough nuts ♪ >> announcer: w"world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance.
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>> history will be made at the belmont stakes tomorrow. a jockey is set to become the first female jockey to riden all three triple crown races in the same year. pretty impressive. >> very impressive. to see why that is a rare event
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we have our correspondent who went to the racing academy where would-be jockeys are trained. good morning, nicky. >> good morning, john, diana. the freshman class at this exclusive jockey school accepted 12 students into their racing program. believe it or not, 11 are women. these young lady are fighting the odd and manning up in this macho world. it is a rare sight, a bright pink riding helmet flying along above a racehorse. the young woman beneath its brim grew up with her heart set on this. a shot as a professional jockey in the death-defying, adrenaline-pumping sport of racing a thoroughbred up to 40 miles an hour. >> i just love horses. love riding. love going fast. >> reporter: here in lexington, kentucky where horses and hooves are plenty. this 22-year-old is a few stride away from graduation at the only jockey school in the u.s., north american racing academy. only 16% of licensed jockeys are
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female. right now the top 100. only two are women. one of the women is rosie napravnik, while often alone in the female locker room. tomorrow all eyes will be on her. she is riding her way into history. as the the first woman ever to ride in all three triple crown races. >> no princesses, you know. you got to be one of the guys. >> reporter: 19-year-old jockey student, knows full wiell it isa cutthroat sport. expected to weigh under 112 pound, these young ladies will risk their health and even their lives. >> since 1940, two jockeys a year and two more are paralyzed every year. so it is a lot more dangerous than nascar, parachuting or skydiving. >> reporter: according to the jockeys guild there are 48 accidents a week involving jockeys. >> i fell off had a bad concussion last summer. and you know, get back on the horse. you don't let it phase you. >> reporter: that burning desire
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for some adrenaline, for others money. for most it is nothing more than a simple love of horses. >> when you are on that horse, they're running for you. you can feel that. they love it. >> one student did quit. just this week another had a bad fall. they're a tough bunch taking a chance. inspired by rosie. >> tell me, nicky, what exactly does her success mean for other females wanting to be jockeys. other young girls who may look up to this. >> it's funny. rosie when she started her career would go by initials ar to disguise herself as the a male. she said she doesn't love being celebrated as a female. just wants to be one of the guys known for her great riding. she is a great in spir raespira. >> you were an equestrian, show jumping, at jockey school you got on a thoroughbred. how was that different? >> it was different. i got this. i can dupe tho this.
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it was humbling. the technique is different. i did show jumping. interestingly the trainers at the school said they almost prefer students who have never ridden so they dent hatb don't break the bad habits. don't think you will see me in the kentucky derby any time soon. >> we'll watch the belmont stakes with an entirely new perspective. all right, nicky, thank you. >> thanks. >> deep fried tow, topped with sugar. wonder what that is about. we are celebrating the tradition. a donut. we'll try versions of the bakery favorite. >> in the next half-hour, the 6-year-old demanded a drastic haircut. why her mother allowed it. it started quite a debate. you are
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♪ d-d-d donuts >> what is she singing about? >> i don't know. something to do with donuts. >> what a coincidence? we happen to be celebrating an important holiday today, national donut day. can't believe you didn't know that. >> yeah. >> it's got american roots that go very deep. bet you deidn't know salvation army volunteers served donuts to troops in france back in world war i. >> the salvation army, created national donut day in 1938 to honor volunteers and raise money to. day, 10 billion donuts are made and scarfed down in the u.s. every year. on this holiday get one free. at dunkin donuts. crispy cream and other shops. free donuts. >> oh, yeah. "world news now" paid a visit to a shop in new york that takes the donut to an entirely different level. the donut planet.
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makes donuts by hand. experiments with players all the time. this morning i sent over samples for a taste test, why not? >> gore may stuff. >> i will tell you what is in here before i dig in. >> go for it. >> i have carrot cake. little pieces of carrot all over it. this is, tres leches. and chocolate blackout. ha. which should i try. >> the right box. mine are avant-garde, peanut butter glaze, strawberry jam inside. creme brule, donut, torched with vanilla custard. sound good. little jobbies are coconut-lime donuts filled with coconut-lime custard. how is sni? you went for the chocolate donut. >> it is filled with more chocolate goodness. this is my box! >> i want the carrot cake to be
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different. >> get out of my box! >> all right. >> have that. >> carrot cake. >> it is my donut. d-d-d donuts. >> now i need a big glass of milk. >> you take over. >> want me to take it. >> coming up -- >> oh, my god. >> see what happens when a kitty got stuck in a vending machines. you are moments away fru "the mi mix" -- from "the mix," and the brand new polka. >> we have nothing else to say. we are going to enjoy the donuts. delicious cream. >> mm, donuts. ♪ all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you.
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this morning on "world news now" -- driving downpours from tropical storm andrea, the giant weather system barreling up interstate 5. damage left behind and the mess in the hours ahead. >> political hangups -- the
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government's access to your telephone records, the secrecy scandal and who is point fingers at the white house. >> demanding daughter. the 6-year-old who insisted on a drastic haircut. would you give your little girl a mohawk? meet a mom who finally thought it was a good idea. >> new heights for justin bieber. we are not talking about the teen heartthrob's talent, not at all. we are talking about where he wants to go. the "the skinny" is out of this world on this friday, june 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now" with john muller and diana perez. good friday morning. going to be a wet weekend. >> it is here in the northeast. a lot of wet weather. on our way. good napping weather. >> absolutely. it is friday. >> good for us. it is friday. >> that's the good news. >> yep. >> now let's get to the not so good news. we begin with damaging wind and flooding rains of tropical storm andrea. >> weather system now making its way up the east coast with watches and warnings posted from northern virginia up to the, new
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england area, millions living in florida's gulf coast are drying out after a day of weather. our coverage begins now with abc's marci gonzalez. >> reporter: tropical storm andrea crossed florida, dumping rain and flooding roads. the first named storm of the atlantic hurricane season bringing with it sustained winds of 60 miles an hour. tornados have touched down in florida forcing families to take cover. >> i heard it start to rumble. i grabbed her. we got in my bathroom closet. >> reporter: places like here in florida, they're left with a lot to clean up. >> just amazing, been through so many hurricanes, nothing. this comes through a block wide and does this kind of damage. it is pretty intense. >> reporter: the storm is fast moving as it sets its sights north to georgia and the carolinas where the threat is clearing out beaches and chasing away some tourists. >> we got hit -- where we had to evacuate the island.
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and well were, no power for several days. no hot water for two weeks. >> reporter: before continuing on its path along the eastern seaboard. tropical storm andrea expected to bring heavy rainfall from d.c. up through boston. marci gonzalez, abc news, new york. >> making matters worse, tropical storm andrea will be merging with a system in the northeast. >> expect powerful wind. 8 inches of rain. meteorologist jim dickey with an update from accuweather. good morning, jim. >> good morning, john, diana. well, andrea made landfall as a tropical storm and continues to spin itself northward. it is accelerating as we speak. going to move up the eastern seaboard as we head through friday through the weekend. the primary concern, heading forward not the wind but rainfall. this rolls up the eastern seaboard going to interact with a system, tracking out of the ohio valley. that spells heavy rainfall. headed through the weekend. as far as today is concerned, heavy rain, focused on the mid-atlantic. down on through the raleigh area, up onto new york city. rain coming down steady and
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heavy at times. by tonight many spots. talking multiple inches of rain. especially through south carolina into georgia. 4 to 8 inches of rain by tonight. john, diana, back to you. >> thank you, jim. we'll continue to bring you updates from accuweather all morning long. stay tuned for "america this morning" and "good morning america," as we continue to follow tropical storm andrea's path. >> our other big story this morning. new information about the government's collection of data and reportedly goes further than phone records. "the washington post" reports the nsa and fbi are tapping directly into the servers of nine u.s. internet companies. it is an effort to track personal movements and contacts over time. four of the companies are denying the government is tapping into their systems. abc's brian ross investigates the phone record aspect of this story. >> reporter: no american is except from the secret program, from office workers in new york city to members of congress, hollywood celebrities, teenagers in the mall. the government doesn't listen to the phone calls, but obtains the record of every call made, to
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what members, for how long and from where. >> it reflects what you eat, what you read, political affiliations, maybe your faith, or your mental health. >> reporter: the program began under president bush who said it was limited in scope. >> we are not mining or trolling through the personal lives of millions of innocent americans. >> reporter: the publication by a british newspaper of this top secret court order requiring a verizon subsidiary to turn over all call detail records including local calls for customers confirms in black-and-white, the program continues and is all encompassing. not what congress heard from the obama administration's top intelligence official three months ago. >> does the nsa collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of americans? >> no, sir. >> reporter: officials have told abc news, it is more than just verizon. there are similar secret orders
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for the records of all u.s. phone companies. >> it is sweeping. it is not what i would expect out of the united states. >> reporter: federal officials call it a critical tool used for example to track a spider web of connections for suspects like accused boston bombers. >> i can tell you within the last few years there was a domestic case thwarted because of -- of their ability to do this. >> reporter: even so -- no one we asked across government could or would tell us any specific details of the supposedly thwarted plot. like the program itself apparently too secret for the public to know. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> lots of side to this one. >> lots of side to this. >> believe it or not, there are actually plenty of people who are actually applauding government for doing this saying, spy agencies need this kind of information. but the latest information coming out, "washington post" bombshell about tapping into the servers of internet companies as well. lot of people say this is big brother going way too far. >> this is flying in the face of what president obama himself
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said back in 2007 when a senator. he was very vocal condemning the practices and demanded they end saying they were going to violate civil liberties. a lot of people say on this side say that is true. you can't just go in and troll around and see who is calling who what that is all about. especially if there is no imminent danger. if there is imminent danger you can do it. to say, "terrorism is scary," it is scary, we have liberty liberties, we are protected to know our calls are not being monitored. looking at who you're talking to and who is calling us. scary. >> a scandal. >> we'll stay on it. >> a day after a dying pennsylvania girl was placed on the adult waiting list for a lung transplant her family says her condition is getting worse. under current transplant policy children under 12 including 10-year-old sarah murnaghan would have to wait. the judge that put sarah on the
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adult list, also adds an 11-year-old boy. his mother filed a lawsuit saying he would die without a transplant. >> a 6-year-old girl is back with her family after being rescued from a well on a mississippi farm. the kindergartner was on a school field trip when she fell down a 35 foot well, got stuck in the mud. the opening was 15 inches wide. rescuers lowered a doll to comfort her during the three-hour or deal. the she was pulled to safety. the latest gauge on the employment outlook. released this morning. investors are eagerly anticipating this one. analysts predict the labor department will say 167,000 jobs were created and unemployment rate unchanged at 7.5%. last week the number of americans filing for unemployment fell by 11,000, an encouraging sign. ahead of today's job numbers, wall street staged a strong rally, yesterday afternoon. early on the dow was down as much as 116 points. thanks to a late surge the dow closed up 80 points. best day for the market in
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nearly three weeks. >> a really great idea. comes to us from a little coffee shop down under. metro st. james cafe in sydney, australia. basically what they're doing this month is trying to increase love in the world. >> simple strategy. the cafe is offering pairs of patrons free coffee only if they give each other a good kiss. has to be on the lips. right, kiss. morning coffee is free. >> hmm. well it is going on for the month of june. for a couple hours each morning. i understand some work is being done to try to find a cafe to do the same thing here in new york city. when i heard this story, about, you know, give a kiss get some free coffee. i wasn't so sure i've didn't know who i would have to kiss. >> right. >> right, careful who you walk in with. >> your significant other. >> did i have to kiss the barista or kiss a random guy. >> sounds an investigative in-depth report. >> i will get on this. be all over this. wait. tune in tomorrow. and find out. what i discover.
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>> want to get some coffee? >> coming up -- >> whitney houston's daughter and her unhappy neighbors. >> a 6-year-old girl demanded a drastic haircut. what would you do? find out what a mom did when she gave into a mohawk. you are watching "world news now." ♪ happened just the other day ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought toou by >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by lunesta. where sleepless nights yield to restful sleep, and lunesta eszopiclone can help you get there, like it has for so many people before. do not take lunesta if you are allergic to anything in it. when taking lunesta, don't drive or operate machinery until you feel fully awake. walking, eating, driving or engaging in other activities while asleep without remembering it the next day have been reported.
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♪ almost cut my hair ♪ almost cut my hair >> all right, a debate to think over this morning. should a mother go along with her 6-year-old daughter begs for a drastic haircut. >> a california mother faced with the choice, was so tormented by it that she blogged about it and got a very, very large conversation going. abc's abbie boudreau paid her a visit. >> reporter: this little girl's haircut is creating hair-raising headlines. her mother, jackie loves it too. defending her daughter's mohawk-inspired style online to out raged moms who blog that lucy ties young. the great hair chop was the kindergartner's idea. >> i was thinking and thinking. lots of days. and then i came up with it, it was in my head. >> reporter: at first her mom
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who also has the two sons, said, absolutely not. she thought keeping her daughter's hair long was more acceptable for a little girl. and she had flash backs to her own childhood. >> i had a lot of self-esteem issues growing up. i think as girls we all do. i don't know that we are born with them. and she hasn't gotten there. why was i putting my years of experience and trying to please other people and look a certain way on someone who is not feeling that? >> reporter: after six months of her daughter's relentless begging, jackie finally gave in. >> how can i raise her to be a strong, confident woman when i am dictating at 6 years old this is the way you are supposed to look. >> reporter: off to the salon and off with the hair. >> when they were cutting my ponytail, she had a look that said, "my mom believes in who i am and will help me express
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that." >> reporter: what do your friends think of your haircut? >> they thought i was a boy. but, they -- they saw my earrings. and it looks fantastic on me. >> reporter: yeah, it does. it really does. lucy's mom agrees. but never predicted that cutting 10 inches would be so inspiring. >> i have learned more from this than my daughter ever will. >> reporter: abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. ♪ >> first of all, the cutest kid ever. >> i have ever seen in my whole entire life. lucy is adorable. mom says hair grows back, why not? >> if you really think about it. that age, that is the age to do something goofy, there is no consequence to it. my daughter alexa wanted bangs at the same age. 6. i was like, lexy, you have beautiful long hair, you don't want, bangs. blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. she went up to her room. took out the scissors. did it her self. i was ready to hit the roof. looked fantastic. did such a good job. i was like, you know what -- you were right.
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>> can't get upset. >> i laughed let it go. >> hair grows back. you have to pick your battles. the mom in the piece said -- "no piercings, tattoos, for 6-year-olds." but haircuts. a 6-year-old. why not? absolutely. i don't think. >> is devon going to rock a mohawk or something? >> devon has really long hair. his dad wants to cut it badly. yeah. i am going to let it grow. he can make his decision when he is 6. >> there you go. coming up when sexy is too sexy especially when pamela anderson is involved? >> is that possible. justin bieber taking his talent out of this world. it's coming up next in "the skinny." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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>> announcer: "world news now" hey, thanks for this from our stopping by.. you know, i've followed your character since the first episode. i'm a big fan, big, big fan... thank you. listen, your storyline makes for incredible tv drama. thing is, your drug use is very adult content. too adult for the kids. so, i'm gonna have to block you. aw, man.
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yeahh... well. have a good one. you're a nice lady. ♪ skinny so skinny >> "the skinny" time. justin bieber out of this world or soon to be any way. ♪ skinny so skinny >> "the skinny" time. justin bieber out of this world or soon to be any way. bieber signs on to fly into space when richard branson's virgin galactic enterprise launches. may even shoot a music video there. great to hear justin bieber and manager signed on. that was branson in a tweet. congratulations, see you up there. bieber tweeted back. he joins 600 people who paid $200,000 to take a suborbital ride on space ship two, rocket powered space vehicle, fly to 62 miles.
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generally kidded the -- considered the cusp of outer space. cusp, leo dicaprio, ashton kutcher. signed on. >> to be, young, rich. >> i don't have a desire. not that it wouldn't be cool. >> i wonder if they're selling tickets. >> be late for the show. >> bobbi kristina, being evicted, making to much noise. her neighbors asked her to get going from her georgia apartment. well, she is lashing out. saying, that is not true. she felt her neighbors were always in her business. they were looking to get some kind of media attention. so they left looking for bigger, better things, not because they were kicked out of their apartment. >> couldn't have been they were making too much noise. the neighbors. couldn't have been? >> no, not at all. there she is with nick gordon, >> they're just jealous! >> her boyfriend, really weird adopted brother turned boyfriend, stranger, beyond belief. anyway, remember she left this really nasty letter for her neighbors saying thank you for
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make a hard year harder, you are a miserable couple. you always will be. you were honored to have a beautiful successful couple living on top of you. and you couldn't deal with it. >> honored. >> honored to -- >> honored to have me living above you. >> bobbi kristina, is talented and successful -- wait, that her mom. >> was she ever. pamela anderson is banned for being degrading to women. >> you guys be the judge. roll the thing. her web hosting service, crazy domains, the 49-year-old bay watch babe, a dream sequence. one of the men, and they're fantasizing about anderson, and they're dancing in gold bikinis and splashing in cream. when the man snaps out of the fantasy he oogles the female assistant's cleavage. the authority banned it. said it was sexist and degrading to women. >> where? was this banned? >> england. britain. >> seems interesting. overseas. they're much more liberal -- >> less prudy than we are.
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>> when it comes to that kind of thing. as a woman i can see who wants to be. >> embarrassing watching with your kid. i suppose. >> i can see how that is a little too much. pam signed up for it. the other woman signed up. didn't think it was sexist. trying to sell, why not. okay, really quickly -- miley cyrus' little brother making his modeling debut. braison cyrus. he signed a contract with wilhelmina models contract. you see him and her -- playing around. and see a picture of an adorable looking kid, really cute cyrus. any way, he is 19 years old. he is going to be in action for it pretty soon. cutey. why not? >> if you say so. not? >> if you say so. >> i love it. [ male announcer ] need help keeping your digestive balance in sync?
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started with the second round of tornados in already hard-hit oklahoma? >> that's where we begin our "friday rewind" this morning. >> it's been hard to handle the magnitude of disaster throughout the state. but we will recover. >> not just a tornado, the water, the river water its crazy as well. >> he devoted literally his life to saving others lives and to be able to capture tornados and to be able to save lives with the technology he developed. >> it's shameful. it is repulsive. and we are aggressively taking steps to eradicate it. >> not every single commander can distinguish between a slap on the can dish between a slap on the [bleep] and a rape. >> mama, do not worry about me. somebody opened the account for me. people send me money here. and i do have lots of money. >> i look forward to continuing to serve on your national security team to keep our nation strong and safe. >> i would strongly urge the senate to confirm her without
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